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Sr. Quality Engineer

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC
Sr. Quality Engineer
Our client, a leading orthopedic company in Dover, OH, is looking for a Sr. Quality Engineer for an 11 month contract assignment.
Sr. Quality Engineer Summary:
Responsible for gathering relevant, factual information and data in order to solve quality related problems. Resolve issues by identifying and applying solutions from acquired technical experience and guided precedents. Plan and lead projects by identifying and organizing activities into time dependent sequencing with realistic timelines. Work effectively/ productively with all departments by developing a team atmosphere. Responsible for assuring products conform to established requirements and standards through appropriate audit, inspection, and test activities. Interacts with many different functional departments, suppliers, and experts

Sr. Quality Engineer Duties and Responsibilities:
Formulates procedures, specifications, and standards for products and processes.
Provides leadership for quality engineering projects from concept through design, implementation, testing, documentation, support, and maintenance.
Develops and implements corrective/preventative action plans
Collects and analyzes data for gauge and product evaluation.
Identifies critical personnel, gauges, procedures, and materials needed for the completion of new products.
Ensures that suppliers have necessary information and facilities to deliver quality products

Sr. Quality Engineer Education/ Experience Requirements:

B.S. in engineering or an alternative Bachelor's degree program with certification as a quality engineer (e.g. CQE)
3-5 years' experience in a Quality Engineering role

Travel Requirements
Up to 20%

Will consider non-local candidates on a per diem basis.
Career Transitions offers holiday and vacation pay after certain requirements are met. Career Transitions offers a supplemental insurance plan for employee as well as dependents. Background and drug test required.

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